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The sixth annual LAX-Out-Cancer event at Shoreham-Wading River features a varsity lacrosse doubleheader. Bellport takes on SWR in girls lacrosse at noon and the Mt. Sinai boys face the Wildcats at 2:30 p.m. Both games will be streamed live on MSGVarsity.com
Possession is nine-tenths of the law is how the saying goes, but it’s not true in life and it certainly wasn’t true on the lacrosse field on Tuesday afternoon. West Islip lost 18 of 19 face offs against Northport specialist Austin Henningsen, but used its lunch pail mentality on defense to force an inordinate amount of turnovers to level the playing field.
Farmingdale scored five straight goals in the second period to defeat host Baldwin in a 10-5 Nassau Conference A boys lacrosse game on Tuesday. Tom Kennedy and Chris Brown each scored three goals for the Dalers.
Get prepped for Tuesday's boys lacrosse showdown between Suffolk Class A powers Ward Melville and Smithtown West, which will be streamed LIVE on MSGVarsity.com at 5 p.m.
By instilling values, like education and discipline, and relaying to his players what has made him successful as a player first at Hewlett High School and then at Hofstra before becoming a quality pro, DeNapoli wants to change the culture at Holy Trinity.
Smithtown East defeated host Port Washington, 16-13, in a non-league game and Arceri won 17 of 24 faceoffs while battling the talented duo of Luke Cummings and Joey Froccaro, who took turns at the X for the Vikings.
It’s a cross-regional clash of perennial boys lacrosse powerhouses as John Jay-Cross River heads to Manhasset Wednesday at 6 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Jake Buonaiuto, who had been stalked and slowed by Jake Carlock all afternoon, managed to create enough space to score the winning goal on a low bullet from the left wing with five seconds left that gave Miller Place a 9-8 victory over visiting Babylon in a Suffolk Division II boys lacrosse thriller.
In an era when many parents, coaches and student-athletes are starting to believe specialization in one sport is the best ticket to an athletic scholarship, O'Connell, who verbally committed to play lacrosse at Maryland, stands out because he defies that notion.
The St. Anthony's girls lacrosse team remains atop the Spring Big 10 after victories over nationally-ranked Georgetown Visitation and Vero Beach. Find out who else made the cut.
Connecticut powerhouse New Canaan makes the trip to Princeton University in New Jersey to take on St. Anthony’s from Long Island and the contest will be shown live at 9:30 a.m. on MSGVarsity.com.
Chaminade and Manhasset will meet under the lights in the seventh annual Lead the Way Lacrosse Day For Heroes Saturday at 7:30 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Keenan, the Penn State-bound senior attack, had four assists and two goals to spark host Smithtown West to a 10-5 victory over Sachem North in a Suffolk Division I boys lacrosse game. He now leads Long Island in scoring with 51 points (22 goals, 29 assists).
After falling behind 2-0 in the first five minutes of the game and giving up a 6-4 lead early in the fourth quarter, Syosset (5-3, 3-1) was able to come away with more than just a win. There was a moral.
Jordan Walter scored his fifth goal of the game with 2:14 left in overtime to help Cold Spring Harbor defeat rivals Manhasset, 10-9, in a non-league boys lacrosse contest on Saturday afternoon.
With 26 goals in six games, DiRaimo, committed to Division II Bentley, is Suffolk's leading goal scorer. He is finally having the season many expected two years ago.
At a lacrosse showcase the summer before his 16th birthday, Willetts' shot was timed at 105 mph. The Major League Lacrosse record for fastest shot is 114 mph, set by Mike Sawyer of the Charlotte Hounds last year, according to league spokesman Marco Rosa. In other words, Willetts' shot velocity is virtually unparalleled at the high school level.
Check out MSGVarsity's preview of St. Anthony and Delbarton's matchup on the lacrosse field, then watch the game LIVE on MSGVarsity.com on Saturday at 1 p.m
Long Island boys lacrosse bragging rights are on the line when West Islip takes on Chaminade in a battle of perennial powerhouses Saturday at 1 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Led by Ohio State-commit Matt Smidt in goal, Smithtown West defeated West Islip, 8-4, in a showdown of perennial boys lacrosse juggernauts Thursday afternoon.
Cuccurullo won several faceoffs and secured key possessions during the second half of Smithtown East's 11-7 win over host Half Hollow Hills West in Suffolk Division I boys lacrosse Tuesday.
Daniggelis buried a rising shot into the top-left corner for a tiebreaking goal early in the fourth quarter that sparked host Smithtown East to a 10-6 victory over West Islip Friday in a Suffolk I boys lacrosse game.
Cody George scored four goals including the winner with 2:39 left in the third overtime off an assist from Kieran Byrnes yesterday as host Garden City defeated Massapequa, the defending Class A Nassau champion, 6-5, in a thrilling non-league match.
Foley is often overlooked because of his own back-line teammates. Kyle Mathie is committed to North Carolina. Logan Greco, who is bound for Virginia, was a Newsday All-Long Island pick last year. Nick Albanese, a long pole midfielder/defender, will play at Sacred Heart.
Senior goalie Erik Mikelinich made 21 saves, while freshman Cameron Mulé scored three goals and had an assist in his first varsity regular season game to lead Hills West to a 6-4 non-league win at Baldwin.
Sean Cerrone scored three goals, while Tim Mangan and Joe Bonafede added two more as Chaminade jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in its season-opening, 10-5 victory over Ward Melville on Saturday afternoon.
Two national boys lacrosse powerhouse meet up in an early season non-league matchup at Smithtown West faces Garden City on Saturday at 11:30am only on MSGVarsity.com.
Zawadzki scored three goals and Keenan added two goals and two assists to lead Smithtown West over host Cold Spring Harbor, 8-5, in a non-league opener for both teams.
Sullivan, who had 10 goals and three assists last season, and senior attack Cody George (36 goals, 13 assists) are expected to produce offensively for the team that returns a strong defensive unit.
He stands erect, walks with a purposeful stride and has a no-nonsense approach to coaching. He doesn't waste words or time. If Garden City coaching icon Tom Flatley was going to be portrayed by Hollywood, Clint Eastwood would get the part. His last name is a perfect metaphor for his stoic demeanor.
Carey's Nick Spillane scores four goals and two assists to lift Nassau County to an 11-10 win over Suffolk at the Long Island Lacrosse Showcase on Thursday.